Alan McIntosh Prize in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Each year the Mathematical Sciences Institute ('MSI') at the ANU College of Science may offer $1,000 for award each year, known as the Alan McIntosh Prize in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.

The objective/s of the prize are to recognise outstanding academic achievement and to encourage first-year students enrolled in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences to continue on with their studies in Mathematics.

The prize will be offered in perpetuity.

Offered by ANU College of Science

Overview

Each year the Mathematical Sciences Institute ('MSI') at the ANU College of Science may offer $1,000 for award each year, known as the Alan McIntosh Prize in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.

The objective/s of the prize are to recognise outstanding academic achievement and to encourage first-year students enrolled in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences to continue on with their studies in Mathematics.

The prize will be offered in perpetuity.

Funding for this prize has been provided by the family of Alan McIntosh and matched by the Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU.